Monday, June 24, 2013

Cosimo's Classic of the Month: The Wallace D. Wattles Trilogy

Cosimo's Classic of the Month for June is the Wallace D. Wattles Trilogy, a selection of three popular classics by Wallace Wattles. The trilogy includes The Science of Being Well, The Science of Getting Rich, and How to Be a Genius, or the Science of Being Great. Each title reads like an old-fashioned self-help guide from new thought guru Wallace Wattles. He demonstrates his philosophies on health, wealth, and happiness in this series that breaks each down into a step-by-step manual.

These books prescribe an exact method for readers to accomplish three basic goals that will make any person happy, applying principles of metaphysics and New Thought to overcome human error. Each book focuses on a subject--wealth, health, and power--and applies an exact science that will allow anyone to achieve their goal by following some basic steps in a specific order, in a "Certain Way." Sacrificing explanations of philosophy for brevity, Wattles provides readers a stripped-down guide on shaping the universe to their benefit through the power of positive thinking.

This series of three complements Cosimo's Book of the Month, The Book of Balance, by Yasuhiko Genku Kimura, by providing the groundwork to becoming healthy, wealthy, and happy in your life. Kimura's translation of Tao Teh Ching will provide serenity on your journey to happiness this summer.

WALLACE DELOIS WATTLES (1860-1911) overcame poverty and failure in his life to become a pioneer of the early self-help movement. His most famous book is The Science of Getting Rich; he also wrote Health through New Thought and Fasting, also available from Cosimo.

Saturday, June 22, 2013

June Book of the Month: The Book of Balance

Cosimo's June Book of the Month is the The Book of Balance, by Yasuhiko Genku Kimura. A modern, visionary translation of the classic ancient text Tao Teh Ching by Lao Tzu, The Book of Balance will provide a foundation for peace, tranquility, and harmony to all who read it. It's the perfect read to start your summer off on the right note.

Yasuhiko Genku Kimura is the publisher and editor-in-chief of the VIA Journal, and chairman and president of Vision-In-Action, a non-profit organization promoting the development of creative thinking and visionary action. His other books include The Twilight Manifesto, Think Kosmically Act Globally, Virtues of Love, and The Twilight Club and the Creation of a Moral Community. He has also published numerous articles, essays, and translations on philosophy, transformational ethis, the philosophy of science, and business strategy. His business consulting and personal growth programs integrate a Socratic and Zen-like teaching style that stimulates participants' awareness of their self-knowledge and power of transformation. You can contact Yasuhiko online at his website or on his Facebook page.

Monday, June 17, 2013

Streaming Radio Interviews with Dare to Care author Louis Bohtlingk

This weekend, Dare to Care author and inventor of the Care First World initiative, Louis Bohtlingk, interviewed with KGNU radio host Duncan Campbell on his show "Living Dialogues." Duncan and Louis delve into Louis's vision for a care-first approach to money and finance and the principles outlined in his book.

The interview can be listened to in full on the KGNU website or downloaded as an MP3 file. Louis will follow-up this interview on Friday, July 21, along with Hazel Henderson (author of The Power of Yin and founder of Ethical Markets Media), on the KGNU show "Connections," at 10:30 am ET. It will be available online after this time.